Girls wanting sex in impurity

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Ariella Nyssa sometimes feels guilty when she has sex with her boyfriend. Staying "pure" for a future husband by abstaining from any sexual activity was something she and her fellow church members valued. But in the wrong context, purity messages can be harmful. An extreme example is "purity culture" in Protestant Christianity , which has been widely criticised for leading to feelings of shame around sex, Dr Whitaker says.

How purity culture can affect sex life

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And she does say the sorts of things in this book—about premarital sex and abortion and gay marriage—that make conservatives shudder. But in one respect at least, Knust, a School of Theology assistant professor, is a throwback. Long ago and in a place far away, Christians used to actually fear God. They saw a yawning gap between their limited intelligence and the mind of God. So they were exceedingly careful about presuming what God had to say about almost anything.

'Purity' culture: bad for women, worse for survivors of sexual assault

According to right-wing culture warriors, "between her legs". That's what underlies the emphasis on virginity as "purity", and the push for abstinence-only education. And it has very real consequences, most recently articulated by Elizabeth Smart. Smart, who was kidnapped and held for months while her captor repeatedly raped her, recently discussed how her religious background made her feel worthless after the first rape — how she understands why others wouldn't even try to escape, if, like her, they were taught that a sexually "impure" woman had nothing to offer.
Purity culture is pervasive across the church. It is most starkly seen in fundamentalist church cultures. Yet even in many progressive Christian communities, there are implicit messages reinforcing purity culture.